Liverpudlian musicans, entertainers and footballers have come together to record a new charity single to help raise money for Hillsborough families' fight for justice. Peter Hooton from The Farm, Cast's John Power and former Spice Girl Mel C joined Paul McCartney, John Bishop, Robbie Williams, Alan Hansen, Kenny Dalglish and Peter Reid to sing He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother.
During the recording, talkSPORT went behind-the-scenes with football legends Dalglish, Hansen and Reid. Check out the video here.
Known as The Justice Collective, they will release the single on 17 December, with the aim of topping the Christmas charts. All artists involved are giving their time for free, and all proceeds from the sale of the single will go towards the Hillsborough Families legal costs in their fight for justice.